Patient Protection And The Affordable Care Act

1347 Words Aug 5th, 2016 6 Pages
Change in Health care. According to 2010 patient protection and the Affordable Care Act, it was obvious that it needed all the possible help from all health professional, especially nurses for it to function and achieve all its aims such as affordable coverage and quality care, making all Americans to have health care that would improve the quality of life and inexpensive. There is no doubt if registered nurses do not have a strong position as partners in Affordable health care to make it a success. Three colleagues were interviewed regarding their knowledge concerning innovative health care conveyance including the current nurse’s responsibility in the health center environments, communities, health centers, as well as medical homes. Their questions were also expanded to their knowledge of Accountable Care organizations, the way they are organized, and the nurse’s opportunities in this program. What they know about medical homes and how they are organized, including nurse’s opportunities and their views on Nurse-managed Health Clinics (NMHCs and the nurse’s benefits).
Awareness and Nurses responsibilities in Health care
"continuity of care contains five principles which are providers, consumers, encounter type, knowledge base, and environment" (Rogers & Curtis, 1980). These essentials nursing operation embraced individual patient preference, and care, involving family as well as the community; continuation of care; coordinating and integrating care around the environment;…
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